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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 LETHBRIOGE HERALD May 1974 Contract says he can't Actor likes competing in rodeos LOS ANGELES Asked why he competes as a steer roper on the rodeo actor James Caan swept an arm toward a movie set and helps me get away from all this the lusty Sonny of Th.e was moody and restless on the set of Funny in which he is playing Billy Rose to Barbara Streisand's Fanny Brice. The reason for his restless- ness was that rodeos were soon being staged at such nearby places as Thousand Oaks and and Caan is restrained from entering them. they put it in my con- tract that I can't compete while I'm making a he grumbled. Maybe I'll just do it Asked if he wasn't concerned that an accident might harm his and hence his he I could get it ruined on the street the way I Caan is like a super-male and he admitted that the rodeo life appealed to him as of the macho He came to rodeoing late because there weren't many horses in his home New York City. for I carried them on my my father was in the meat His'first introduction came when he was making a film on location in Nebraska and he was invited to a branding by a rancher. in a friend taught him to and a couple of years Caan be- gan competing in rodeos as a steer roper. How did the veterans react to a movie actor invading their turf think they learned pretty soon that I wasn't just fooling that I was serious. If they like they like you. There's no with Valuable JERUSALEM Moshe Israeli defence has signed a contract with a British publishing firm for his it was reported here. Before starting Funny he competed at Tucson and Palm managing a place at the latter rodeo. His earnings from enough to feed a box of pigeons for a month. I've made a few hun- dred but it's a tough way to make a living. You've got a horse to take care of. RECOGNIZE NEW RULE LIMA Peruvian President Juan Velasco Alva- rado has announced Peru's recognition of the new Portuguese regime. he said extend its hand to a government which has replaced one which was killing black men just because they are Sears The heat's But for a small price you can sleep cool tonight. One-room Coldspot air conditioner No Stay as cool as-a-cuke during muggy BTU Coldspot freshens the air and dehumidifies up to 250 sq. ft. or the average bedroom. Features an easy-to-read thermostat. High-speed air circulation. 2 fan speeds. On and off controls. And Deluxe open front air intake and exhaust for maximum air flow. Easy to install with quick mount installation kit. Charge your Cole spot air conditioner on your Sears all-purpose account. we service what we coast-to-coast. And you get satisfaction or money refunded at Sears. But These Coldspots will sell like hot at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee satlffMtlon or money refunded and tree delivery Simpsons-Sears Ltd. Store Opfn Daily a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 ANOTHER TKO has been announced for former boxing champ Jack Dempsey who won a decision over his land- the Inch when they attempted to evict Dempsey from his New York restaurant. who has managed the restaurant since its opening 37 years was ordered out in 30 days but an appeal before a Manahattan Civil court has Dempsey and the landlords preparing for a rematch. Workshop suggests better deaf deal By BERNIE GOEDHART EDMONTON A na- tional workshop presented a number of recommendations Friday calling for improved services for Canada's deaf population and a more responsible role for them. But the 100 some of them had no time to vote on the suggestions at the two-day conference. An organizer said the recommendations would be edited and mailed to the members for a later vote. The recommendations came from committees dealing with topics such as post-secondary education for the a pre- school program for the services for the multiple- handicapped and the use of deaf people as consultants on advisory boards and in workshops in the community. The committee dealing with advisory boards recommended that all uni- social agencies offering programs for the deaf should have advisory boards on which the deaf are equally represented. Too the deaf are not given a voice of their the committee leader said. SUGGESTIONS SHELVED those of you who have been on advisory boards and you well know how. often for some inexplicable reason recommendations are ig- filed politely and nothing Committee members sug- gested the deaf be integrated with hearing people in such areas as sports and art where the deaf can easily Rev. Robert Rumball of the Ontario Mission of the Deaf in Toronto indicated the com- mittee topics were largely a basis for rather than a means to instigate quick changes. Dr. Rumball echoed some that deaf delegates had been given too little responsibility. Of the 13 committee only about three involved presentations by deaf although all committees had deaf representation. PROTEST LAW LONDON More than persons marched in silent protest Sunday against Britain's liberal abortion laws. It took the six- abreast procession about 2Vz hours to move past 10 Downing the office of Prime Minister Harold where a letter calling for an end to legal abortion was handed in. An abortion is permitted in Britain if two doctors certify that a woman's physical or mental health would suffer if she did not have one. r LIGHTS OUT AND the Chrysler Corp. plant in Detroit is temporarily closed down as almost 10.000 employes were laid off due to waning sales of their casualties of the fuel shortage. The plant is expected to resume oneralion lain novi mnnit. Oddities In the news NEW YORK Bank Teller Vincent Pepitone was at his post in a Hanover Trust Co. branch yesterday when a man handed him a note demanding money. Pepitone pulled a revolver the would-be robber was arrested. What he did not know was that Pepitone was 'only moonlighting at the bank. His regular job is as a member of the police department's street crime unit. COCOA Fla. A Cocoa Beach waitress has filed a divorce suit against a woman who is legally her husband and father of her five- year-old son Carolyn Ann Earthorne said the seven year marriage was after her Gordon Dale went to Morocco for a sex change operation and became Kathy Ann Earthorne. Kathy Earthorne said she will not contest the suit. BUFFALO An 18th century Bernard Calcanius violin and bow worth almost were stolen and pawned yesterday for police said. The stolen from the State University of New York at belong to Jon a student at the university. Scotland A mother of four was accused in court here of emtombing her unconscious husband in the foundations of their house and leaving him there to die. The Isabella Moore Mclntosh pleaded not guilty to murdering her 38-year-old salesman Harry. The indictment alleges that while her husband was either drunk or she dropped him into a compartment in the foundations of the placed linoleum a carpet and furniture on top of the trapdoor cover and left him there to die. The body was found in January this year by an electrician rewiring the house. GOLDA TO GET AWARD NEW YORK The American Mothers Committee voted Monday to give its Mother of the Decade Award to Golda Israel's caretaker prime minister. spokesman said that if her political duties Mrs. is expected to accept the award at a luncheon here May 10. Previous winners have been Mrs. Gonzales Videla. then wife of a Chilean in 1952 and Mrs. John mother of the U.S. in 1962. CAREERS WANTED MACHINISTS and WELDERS to locate in the OKANAGAN VALLEY Write Box 45 Herald or Phone Area Code 604 545-2175 THE CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSN. applications lor full time as LIFE SKILLS TRAINER conducting programs in human rwourea davalopmant for Succeuful applicant will be trained at a Lite Skills Coach'i Training Count July 2 to Auguat 23 In Edmonton. All expanses paid. Salary depending on experience and qualifications. Deadline lor May 1974 Send curriculum vltaa to SHAUN Direct Servlcea Chairman C.M.H.A. 1412 9 Avenue Alberta LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT SPECIALIST The specialist will be responsible for sales and service of poultry and livestock equipment through direct customer contact. Preference will be given to persons with previous experience. A complete range of co-benefits will be provided. Apply R. DYKEN SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP Phone 329-0017 Sales Representative REQUIRED for established Retail Store in Lethbridge Reply to Box 52 Lethbridge Herald AGNES DAVIDSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Lethbridge School District No. 51 A Principal is required beginning with the 1974-75 school year for.the Agnes Davidson Elementary School in Lethbridge. Agnes David- son has an enrolment of approximately 500. The upper elementary pupils are contained in an open area wing which was added to the school in 1970. Those wishing to apply should do so by sub- mitting applications complete with curriculum vitae including names of references Director of Personnel Lethbridge School District No. 51 433-15 St. S. Alberta ;